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We left Bedourie early Sunday morning headed for the famous Outback settlement of Birdsville, just north of the Queensland/South Australia border. It was a muddy drive along the sections of road between the towns that were unpaved (roughly 65% of the track is paved), the clay floodplains holding on to the water from the torrential […]
We came across our latest addition to the magazine shelves today with an article on our travels through Coffin Bay and Lincoln National Parks in the southern Eyre Peninsula just before Christmas last year. The article is in Australian 4WD Action issue 150 for anyone wanting to take a look for themselves!
Planet View: S34°51.798’ E138°28.728’ Street View: S34°51.798’ E138°28.728’ Back to Adelaide for a few days to attend wedding: I was asked to be best man for Sam Opperman, who was next to me at the altar in Fiji five years ago when Lisa and I were married. We were lucky to have our visit coincide […]
From Nora Creina it was a short drive inland toward the Victorian border to the town of Mount Gambier. We stayed the night at Al Earl’s farm south of Mount Gambier near Port MacDonnell, Lisa and I were at Saint Marks with Al all those years ago when we were studying together at the University […]
Planet View: S37°19.717’ E139°50.945’ Street View: S37°19.717’ E139°50.945’ After a couple of busy weeks in Adelaide for Christmas, on January 2 we headed off again south along the coast toward Robe and the seaside settlement of Nora Creina. The Tank had company in Bessie the HJ60 Toyota LandCruiser, and Lisa and I were lucky to […]